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Can lawyer act as translator during visa marriage interview?

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15 minutes ago, Moonspell360 said:

can a lawyer be an interpreter?

Too risky: https://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/USCIS/Laws/Memoranda/2017/2017-17-1-RoleUseInterpreters-PM-602-0125-1.pdf

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Additionally, some individuals are restricted from serving as an interpreter. These include minors under age 18, witnesses, and attorneys and representatives for the interviewee.

 

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3 minutes ago, HRQX said:

So, can I still bring a lawyer and an interpreter during the interview?

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34 minutes ago, Moonspell360 said:

So, can I still bring a lawyer and an interpreter during the interview?

Did you check if the embassy that will be interviewing, allows a lawyer to be present at the interview?

Not all embassies allow a lawyer to be present during the interview. 


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